Get Britain Stamping!

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Get Britain Stamping is a new campaign aiming to raise awareness of the many ways in which rubber stamps can be used, both in the office and at home. This will be held over this October .

If you visit the website you can see some of the fabulous content aout the many applications for using ‘Rubber Stamps’

http://trodat.getbritainstamping.co.uk/home

Stamping is a fun and creative way of making an impression. Offering a unique solution for personalising paper, card, invitations, clothes, textiles, artwork and many other items – you can add your own personal message, image, logo or design that can be reproduced simply and efficiently. The possibilities are endless!

From the 1st October 2015, there will be a fabulous free entry competeition for an Apple Ipad!

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http://trodat.getbritainstamping.co.uk/home/competition

Browse the Get Britain Stamping website to view a range of different stamps and gain inspiration from their numerous applications.

Reducing their environmental impact, whether as a business or individual, should be a key priority to protect the future of our planet. The sponsors of Get Britain Stamping belong to an organisation called The Rubber Stamp Manufacturers Guild that actively encourages its members to reduce the CO2 footprint associated with the production of stamps. Many self-inking stamp manufacturers have products that are made from recycled materials, helping to reduce the CO2 footprint of stamp products.

From address stamps to wedding stamps, there’s a stamp for everyone so let’s Get Britain Stamping!

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